The Georgia Transportation Institute (GTI) is a consortium of Georgia universities active in transportation research and education. GTI is headquartered at the Georgia Institute of Technology and assists researchers at Georgia State University, the University of Georgia, Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Southern University, Southern Polytechnic State University, and Albany State University. Researchers affiliated with GTI are active in research on a broad range of topics including policy and planning, environmental issues, transportation technology, transportation infrastructure, and traffic operations GTI is a member of the Southeastern Transportation Center, the FHWA's regional University Transportation Center, and the Council of University Transportation Centers.

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  • An Approach to Georgia Information Intensive Transit (GIIT) 

    Dickerson, Stephen L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-09-25)
    Professor Dickerson described a visionary idea that could change the way we think about public transportation in the future. In his concept one would use cell phones to request a carpool, to track their location and even ...
  • Advances in Discrete Choice Modeling 

    Koppelman, Frank S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-10-10)
  • Implementing Sustainable Transportation at State DOT's 

    Zietsman, Joe (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-10-29)
  • Agent-Based Models as an Insight into Managing Pavement Assets 

    McNeil, Sue (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-02-22)
    Asset management is a systematic process to support strategic decision making for physical assets. Recognition of budget constraints, development and use of deterioration models, development of strategies and policies, and ...
  • Funding Tomorrows' Transportation Systems 

    Walton, C. Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-04-11)
    The US is facing a national transportation crisis in system performance, funding and policy. The highway infrastructure alone needs an investment of $3.1 Trillion over the next 30 years. The next national transportation ...